Intolerable Cruelty Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Crueldad intolerable

Title in Italiano:

Prima ti sposo, poi ti rovino

Title in Português:

Crueldade Intolerável


Intolerable Cruelty tells the story of Miles Massey, a prominent Los Angeles divorce attorney who seems to have it all. He has an impressive client list, a formidable win record, and the respect of his peers. However, despite his success, Miles is bored and looking for new challenges.

Everything changes when Miles meets Marylin Rexroth, the soon-to-be ex-wife of his client Rex Rexroth. Marylin is determined to get financial independence through a successful divorce, but Miles' skills leave her with nothing. In retaliation, Marylin quickly marries oil tycoon Howard Doyle and schemes to get even with Miles.

As the battle between Marylin and Miles escalates, underhanded tactics, deceptions, and undeniable attraction come into play. Miles and his associate, Wrigley, find themselves in a deeper and deeper conflict with Marylin in this classic battle of the sexes.

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Intolerable Cruelty
The Boxer
Paul Simon: Writer
Simon & Garfunkel: Performer
Colin Linden: Performer
Bridge over Troubled Water
Paul Simon: Writer
April Come She Will
Paul Simon: Writer
Colin Linden: Performer
Punky's Dilemma
Paul Simon: Writer
Colin Linden: Performer
Suspicious Minds
Elvis Presley: Performer
Francis Zambon: Writer
Don't Cry Out Loud
Carole Bayer Sager: Lyrics
Peter Allen: Performer
Melissa Manchester: Performer
After Hours
Daniel May: Writer
Daniel May: Performer
Feels So Good
Chuck Mangione: Writer
Non, je ne Regrette rien
Édith Piaf: Performer
Charles Dumont: Performer
Michel Vaucaire: Lyrics
If I Only Knew
Tom Jones: Performer
Joseph Mendelson: Writer
The Glory of Love
Billy Hill: Writer
Big Bill Broonzy: Performer
The Wedding March
I've Been Working on the Railroad
Edward Herrmann: (uncredited) traditional sung a cappella
Requiem Aeternam
Punky's Dilemma
Paul Simon: Performer
Don't Cry Out Loud
Peter Allen: Performer
'A Midsummer Night's Dream', Op.61: The Wedding March
Billy Hill: Performer
I've Been Working on the Railroad
Billy Hill: Performer
'Requiem' in D Minor K. 626: I. Requiem Aeternam
Billy Hill: Performer
Gala Premiere
Billy Hill: Performer

User reviews

Amanda White

While the soundtrack of Intolerable Cruelty complements the film's atmosphere, some tracks feel a bit generic and lack originality. The music, at times, fails to stand out and make a lasting impression on the audience. A more unique and memorable soundtrack could have elevated the overall impact of the movie.

Kenneth Johnson

The soundtrack of Intolerable Cruelty perfectly captures the sophisticated and witty tone of the movie. The jazzy, upbeat tunes create an atmosphere of charm and intrigue that enhances the on-screen dynamics between the characters.

James White

The musical choices in the film help to establish the glamorous and competitive world of Los Angeles divorce attorneys, adding an extra layer of sophistication to the storyline.

Robert Mitchell

The soundtrack of Intolerable Cruelty perfectly captures the sophisticated and witty tone of the film. Each track enhances the scenes and adds depth to the characters' emotions.

Joshua Roberts

The music in Intolerable Cruelty does an excellent job of underscoring the battle of wits between Miles and Marylin. The playful melodies mirror the clever repartee and sharp dialogue exchanged by the characters, adding an extra layer of depth to their interactions.

Kimberly Brown

Overall, the soundtrack of Intolerable Cruelty complements the film's narrative beautifully, elevating the viewing experience and adding a memorable aspect to the movie.

James Anderson

The soundtrack of Intolerable Cruelty effectively captures the playful and witty tone of the film. The music enhances the comedic moments and adds a sense of sophistication to the overall story. The choice of music helps to set the mood and create a memorable viewing experience.

Jennifer Thompson

The use of instrumental pieces in key moments of the film creates a sense of tension and intrigue, keeping the audience engaged throughout the twists and turns of the plot.

Joshua Anderson

One of the standout aspects of the soundtrack is how it seamlessly transitions between comedic moments and more dramatic sequences. The music expertly complements the shifts in tone throughout the film, enhancing the overall viewing experience and keeping the audience engaged from start to finish.